Here’s a nice sunset shot from the archives that I hope you’ll enjoy. I’m looking forward to the winter when the sun sets over the Atlantic and nature gifts shots like this if you can brave the cold for long enough.
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Here’s one of my favourite sunset shots from around Galway. This photo was taken out at Rusheen Bay, which is a popular spot for kite-surfing, though thankfully on this occasion all was calm, which lent itself well to this serene shot.
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Here’s another couple of shots for the day that I thought I should get up as soon as possible, cause it’s not too often, nor for too long, that the Titanic berths itself in Galway Bay.
This is a scaled to 100:1 replica of the Titanic that arrived on the Prom over the weekend in order to raise money for something or other.
It’s quite an impressive bit of model making that is definitely a somewhat surreal addition to the coastline of Salthill, but I do think that it lends itself well to some photographic distortions of scale.
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Here’s another macro shot of a couple of caterpillars dining together on a yellow flower that seemed extremely popular with a huge amount of these quite bizarre looking insects on my walk up the coast yesterday.
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Here’s one of my favourite shots that I’ve taken of Salthill from a few years ago when they used to put the big wheel up with the rest of the amusements overlooking the seaside. When the sun was going down there was always some great shots to be taken over the bay when it was still there, but alas now it’s no longer part of the funfair, which is a bit of a shame really. However, it does lend my photo some added resonance as an archival document of times past, so no complaints really.
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